Tips on Buying, Selling, Moving and More

  • “We always tell our clients that the secret to living a neat life is to make sure that everything has a home. Like these neatly labeled jars. Label baskets and bins to contain the clutter and help…   See the Image

  • “Our main challenge was to first organize the endless amount of small craft accessories that seemed to end up in one giant pile. It’s too easy to let small items like beads, buttons and rhinestones…   See the Image

  • “Now more than ever, people are working from home and they need a space that provides inspiration but allows them to concentrate. This client came to us because she had a hard time keeping her home…   See the Image

  • Our main challenge was sorting through the many toiletries and medicines that had accumulated over the years. After discarding expired items and implementing categorized and labeled bins, the end…   See the Image

  • “This particular bachelor wanted his office space to be functional, but look good. The biggest issue was making his items not only fit on the shelves, but making sure they look organized. With a…   See the Image

  • Neat Method began when its founders, Ashley Murphy and Molly Graves, met while shopping in San Francisco. Both had recently been uprooted from Chicago and relocated to the City by the Bay. Ashley and…   See the Image

  • "We love nothing more than a blank canvas, or in this case, a closet. Which is exactly what we got we unpacking this adorable couple into their new home. As their first home purchase together,…   See the Image

  • Cathedral Antiques Show, Dining Room

    The 43rd annual Cathedral Antiques Show kicks off tomorrow January 26 and ends on February 2. The weeklong event is hosted by the Episcopal Church Women of the Cathedral of St. Philip with the…   Read the Article

  • Organizing Tips From a Pro

    Published 12/31/13 in People
    Organization Tips From a Pro, Closet

    Have you ever dreamt that elves snuck into your home in the middle of the night and organized your storage? In the morning, however, your cabinets and closets were in the same nightmarish condition…   Read the Article

  • Kristi Schneider, Founder Atlanta's TruOrder

    As a child, Schneider organized her mother's groceries in the cart and now regularly donates gently used items to charity.    See the Image